It is not a zero conditional. It is an unremarkable sentence using the future tense. I would not use the second "will".
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You will be with me everywhere I appear – is this sentence considered to be a Zero Conditional?
If not Zero Conditional, can you explain, please what rule do we apply here?
What if I say – You will be with me everywhere I WILL appear?
Thank you for your time and attention
The problem is that, if I were to translate this sentence from my own language into English, it would sound like "You will be with me everywhere I WILL appear".
I am trying to find a clue or rule to apply to this sentence in order to avoid making further mistakes when translating this kind of sentences. :(
Yes. Add a fullstop.